The more stringent guidelines issued by our regulator, National Credit Union Administration, for setting up passwords in HomeBranch Internet Banking are now in effect.
The specific criteria for setting up your password are:
This additional layer of security will strengthen the overall security of our internet accessible accounts.
HealthNet FCU may preserve the content of your email, your email address and our response so that we can efficiently handle any follow-up questions you may have and to meet legal and regulatory requirements. We may occasionally contact you at your email address to inform you of potential benefits and services. HealthNet FCU will not transmit sensitive or personal information that can compromise or violate a user's privacy when communicating via email.
IMPORTANT ONLINE SECURITY INFORMATIONHealthNet Federal Credit Union wants to ensure the online protection of your personal and account information. Please note:
Responding to Email and Internet-Related Fraudulent SchemesThe number on rule…don’t respond! Call or contact HealthNet Federal Credit Union and let us know of the unusual email.
ATTENTION MEMBERSYou may have received requests to update information at two sham Web sites. One appears as if it is from CUNA and the other appears to be from NCUA. The links in the emails will take you to Web sites that look like those of Credit Union National Association and National Credit Union Association.
The fake Web sites (www.huyskens.com and www.onlinenj.com/credit/_vti_cnf/redirecting.htm) have been reported as web forgeries and, in some cases, may be blocked based on the security preferences of the user's computer. However, unprotected computers may allow users to enter the sites.
These web forgeries are designed to trick users into revealing personal or financial information by imitating sources they may trust. Entering any information on this web page may result in identity theft or other fraud. Please be cautious when receiving email messages from unknown sources.